Advanced Settings

Available in the Wi-Fi Configuration tab for a venue, the Advanced sub-tab allows you to enable or disable the LEDs for specific AP models and enable or disable the BSS Coloring feature.

Complete the following steps to enable AP LEDs and enabling BSS Coloring.
  1. On the navigation bar, click Venues.
    The Venues page is displayed.
  2. Click the check box for the specific Venue name, then click Edit. Alternatively, click the specific Venue name, then click Configure.
  3. Select the Wi-Fi Configuration > Advanced tab.
    The Advanced Settings tab is displayed.
    Venue Wi-Fi Configuration: Advanced Tab
  4. Click Add Model, select an AP model from the Model drop-down list.
  5. (Optional) Toggle the LEDs Status switch, if desired. By default, the LEDs Status is enabled.
  6. (Optional) Click the icon to delete a model.
  7. Toggle the BSS Coloring switch to enable or disable the Basic Service Set (BSS) feature. By default, this feature is enabled. BSS Coloring marks shared frequencies to allow 802.11ax access points to determine whether simultaneous use of spectrum is permissible. This technology reduces interference due to congestion and ensures consistent service to multiple connected devices in high-density environments. This configuration is now supported at the overall venue and individual AP level.

    Click the icon to view the feature synopsis and the supported AP model families (denoted by their applicable IEEE 802.11 standard). Click See the compatibility requirements to view the compatibility requirement information, such as minimum required version, supported AP model family, and current incompatible APs.

    Note: If you disable or enable one of the features that depends on AP compatibility, then RUCKUS One automatically checks AP compatibility as part of the venue or network configuration update. Click the icon in the upper-right corner of the UI header, then click the related network or venue settings activity to view the Activity Details. Here you can do the following:
    • View the status of the resulting AP compatibility check.
    • Click See incompatible report to view a list of the incompatible APs.
  8. Click Save.